How Liberals Treat Conservatives

From Pajamas Media:

Government targeting of conservatives is not confined to a couple of federal departments, as demonstrated by the events in a small District of Columbia employee relations board. A letter obtained by PJ Media documents open racism and hostility toward pregnant and conservative employees in the D.C. Public Employee Relations Board (PERB). The letter also demonstrates that lawless hostility toward conservatives is a characteristic of all levels of government.

According to a resignation letter from its executive director, this District of Columbia government board responsible for resolving employee disputes with management has engaged in racist hiring practices, discrimination against pregnant women, and hostility toward conservatives…

Detailed in the articles are complaints from liberals at PERB that the African-American head of the PERB hired a white male, while another person proposed for hiring by the board should not be approved because her work record allegedly showed a “right of center” political ideology.  The resigning head of the PERB – Ondray Harris – seems to have merely been a fair-minded man who followed the law in his hiring decisions.  This, apparently, is an outrage to liberals who view government as their private preserve. 

How are we supposed to work with such people?  Where can there be bi-partisan activity with people who clearly hate us with a white hot passion?  As we on the right work for victory – and we will be victorious, in the by and by – we must remember these things and take the necessary steps to ensure that all those in government who have abused their authority are removed from office – and if this takes firing half the people working in government, then so be it.

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51 thoughts on “How Liberals Treat Conservatives

  1. neocon01 June 1, 2013 / 1:47 pm

    and if this takes firing half the people working in government, then so be it.

    id say more like firing 2/3’rds but we all know that would be Raaaaacist.

  2. tiredoflibbs June 1, 2013 / 4:19 pm

    “A letter obtained by PJ Media documents open racism and hostility toward pregnant and conservative employees in the D.C. Public Employee Relations Board (PERB). The letter also demonstrates that lawless hostility toward conservatives is a characteristic of all levels of government.”

    But, but, but, but, but, but….

    How can this be? According to the proggies, conservatives are racist! How can they be racist against their own?

    While throughout history, the true practicing racists were all DEMOCRAT. Woodrow Wilson, a progressive, was an openly know racist. It took a Republican President to free the slaves. Martin Luther King was a REPUBLICAN. Without Republicans, the Civil Rights Acts would never have passed with DEMOCRAT bigots like Gore Sr. and Allbright voting against it. The MYTH that conservatives are racist is pathetic and just projection. Democrats continually have to play the race card to draw attention from themselves and their infamous history.

  3. Amazona June 1, 2013 / 9:04 pm

    Responding to this is kind of like responding to a story that says the sun comes up in the east

  4. Cluster June 1, 2013 / 9:59 pm

    It’s an intolerant left wing culture that is institutionalized in our educational system, our media, and now permeates our government. It is a movement that thinks in lock step and has no intention of debating the opposition. Their sole intention is to eliminate the opposition.

    Now think back through history and see how this type of movement has worked out for other societies.

    We had best figure out a way to defeat it.

    • J. R. Babcock (@JRBabcock) June 2, 2013 / 7:40 am

      denying the publication of my POV doesn’t make it any less true.

      The converse is also true.

    • Cluster June 2, 2013 / 9:09 am

      Sara,

      That is good topic to discuss and personally I wish I had the answer to it but since I don’t, here are my thoughts.

      First we do have to secure the border to prevent future bleeding. Secondly, I agree with Newt Gingrich’s position in that we can’t deport good standing, law abiding, hard working folks who have been here a long time, but we can identify and deport those who have committed crimes. Lastly I would put in place a path to a permanent status for those who belong to first group I mentioned but I would give them restricted citizenship status and certainly not the right to vote.

      I will also say that it is a shame that the President who campaigned on this issue in 2008 and 2012 has yet to put forth any plan, or lead on this issue in any substantive way. All talk, no walk.

    • Cluster June 2, 2013 / 10:54 am

      For the record, Obama has put forth only a “blueprint” (and it even says as much) which is nothing more than platitudes and feel good rhetoric. A “plan” entails action plans, timelines, and measurements, something of which he is short of.

      Secondly, if you break our laws, you lose the right to vote, period. Subsequent generations can vote, but not the perpetrator. This will also ensure that our politicians can not politicize the naturalization process – which is a huge part of this effort to begin with.

    • neocon01 June 2, 2013 / 12:51 pm

      crusty
      consensus? by leftist “professors” and algore the college flunk out?
      Riiiight pee wee

    • Cluster June 2, 2013 / 1:35 pm

      How about the fact that there hasn’t been any measurable increase in global temparatures since 1999, despite continued upward trends of carbon emissions. How about the fact that Japanese scientists have been saying for the last five years that the earth is ow entering a cooling period.

      Also, over the last decade there has ben considerable sun spot activity, which has a lot more impact on our climate than carbon emissions do.

    • neocon01 June 2, 2013 / 1:40 pm

      The origin of the claim of “consensus”

      Accordingly, Oreskes’ essay had covered not the entire corpus of scientific papers on climate change over the stated decade but fewer than one-thirteenth of them.

      > Dr. Peiser used “global climate change” as a search term and found 1,117 documents using this term, of which 929 were articles and only 905 also had abstracts. Therefore it is not clear which were the 928 “abstracts” mentioned by Oreskes, and Science did not, as it would have done with a peer-reviewed scientific paper, list the references to each of the “abstracts”.

      > Significantly, Oreskes’ essay does not state how many of the 928 papers explicitly endorsed her very limited definition of “consensus”. Dr. Peiser found that only 13 of the 1,117 documents – a mere 1% – explicitly endorse the consensus, even in her limited definition.

      > Dr. Peiser’s research demonstrated that several of the abstracts confounded Oreskes’ assertion of unanimity by explicitly rejecting or casting doubt upon the notion that human activities are the main drivers of the observed warming over the last 50 years. Thus, in Oreskes’ sample, more than twice as many appeared to have explicitly rejected or doubted the “consensus” as had explicitly endorsed it.

      http://scienceandpublicpolicy.org/monckton/consensuswhatconsensusamongclimatescientiststhedebateisnotover.html

  5. Retired Spook June 1, 2013 / 11:06 pm

    We had best figure out a way to defeat it.

    Cluster,

    I can’t exactly tell you how I know it, but I just have this strong gut feeling that we will defeat the Left, and you and I will live to see it. I believe it will be their own narcissistic greed and arrogance that will do them in. And, of course, running out of other people’s money won’t exactly help their cause. It’s already happening in Europe, I think all it’s going to take on our part is a little patience and a lot of grass roots push back, much like what you’re seeing against Common Core.

  6. seniorwoman June 2, 2013 / 2:00 am

    Progressives are the scum of the earth. I have no desire to get along with any of them.

    • J. R. Babcock (@JRBabcock) June 2, 2013 / 7:38 am

      I have no desire to get along with any of them

      Believe me, you’re not alone.

      • neocon01 June 2, 2013 / 11:51 am

        I have no desire to get along with any of them

        Believe me, you’re not alone

        Aaaaaaaamen !!!

  7. Cluster June 2, 2013 / 10:57 am

    Education has changed quite a bit since the “second quarter of the 20th century” – I suggest you change along with it.

    • ricorun June 2, 2013 / 3:21 pm

      In what way? That’s kind of an essential question, isn’t it?

  8. neocon01 June 2, 2013 / 11:50 am

    “education” back then were not hotbeds of leftist marxism controlled by unions and the federal govt. Homosexuals were in the closet or jail and it wasn’t a golden calf taught not only as normal but somehow desirable as is the case today.
    Christian prayer was recited in class and young white boys brought their hunting rifles to school mounted in the back windows of their pick up trucks so they could go hunting immediately after school.
    We have come a long way baby………..DOWN!

    • neocon01 June 2, 2013 / 12:24 pm

      Leftist mania and total lunacy….these cretins are indeed a dangerous lot!

      Christopher Swindell: Gun safety debate is B.S.

      “Here it is. The NRA advocates armed rebellion against the duly elected government of the United States of America. That’s treason, and it’s worthy of the firing squad.”

      http://www.wvgazette.com/Opinion/OpEdCommentaries/201305300071

    • neocon01 June 2, 2013 / 2:35 pm

      valid change has come to America and those not prepared to deal with it are not only angered by it they feel as if they have been betrayed.

      HOGWASH!

  9. tiredoflibbs June 2, 2013 / 12:08 pm

    Leave it to the forker to bring up race and incidents that happened 50+ years ago.
    Two things:
    1) DEMOCRATS: wanted to keep blacks “separate” – remember Gov. George Wallace standing in the doorway with the National Guard to “keep them out”? This separate but equal crap was so 50+ years ago.

    2) That time period also coincided with the FACT that was BEFORE the federal government created the DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (and long after the integration of schools), which has done NOTHING to educate children in this country. Since its creation and subsequent meddling in state affairs, the quality of education has gone down, down, down (the decline has nothing to do with integration of schools). We need to get the federal government and the unions out of schools (this too coincides with the decline). There can be decent wages and benefits without unions – private schools seems to do both – but the establishment BIG EDUCATION are unwilling to compromise. There is plenty to be said of education superintendents that make six figure salaries and retirement packages and the students they are to educate are mostly illiterate.

    Mitchie’s education fantasy is long gone. It declined with the BIG GOVERNMENT left, their policies and caving to special interests as long as they continue to receive their support and votes.

    • M. Noonan June 2, 2013 / 11:39 pm

      In my view, the whole concept of “free and compulsory” education is idiotic twaddle – there is, first of all, nothing that is free and, secondly, you cannot compel someone to become educated. Its hard enough to educate even when someone is willing.

      A stab should be made through 8 years to impart basic reading, math and writing skills – after that, the kids are on their own. If they want an education, they’ll get one – people will provide it in all manner of forms…but some kid who is intractable by 12 or 13 is not going to be made tractable by shackling him to a school desk for four more years…and maybe a few hard knocks in the real world will give enough wisdom to a youngster to see the worth of voluntary obedience and education.

      • neocon01 June 3, 2013 / 5:46 am

        MOD
        cleanup on aisle 3

  10. neocon01 June 2, 2013 / 12:46 pm

    ROTFLMAO……….Nonsense about AGW nonsense!

  11. neocon01 June 2, 2013 / 12:48 pm

    Tired
    (the decline has nothing to do with integration of schools).
    I respectfully disagree, I think it had HUGE negative implications.

  12. neocon01 June 2, 2013 / 12:56 pm

    Yawn……

    Globalists Love Global Warming
    Global Warming Replaces 9/11 As Justification To Do Anything
    Brits Could Be Forced To Give Up Meat, Milk To Fight Global Warming
    What’s Next: A Breathing Tax?
    Europe Considers Banning Sports Cars For Global Warming
    Brown wants ‘new world order’ to fight global warming
    Enviro Mentalists Call For Culling Of Human Population
    Trilateral Globalists Call For Gas Tax Hike
    Families should have no more than two children – thinktank
    Denver targets citizens in global warming fight
    Denver’s green plan proposals called radical, ‘loony’ after hitting Web
    Counting on Failure, Energy Chairman Floats Carbon Tax
    Taxing Us for Breathing
    Man-Made Global Warming Is Politics Not Science
    Government Report: Bio-Weapons Could Be Used To Combat Overpopulation

    • ricorun June 2, 2013 / 3:20 pm

      That’s certainly simple, I’ll give you that point. But the truth part is more problematic. Because the truth is that humans didn’t live in the time of T-Rex. And the further truth is that even that comment is beside the point.

      • neocon01 June 2, 2013 / 3:54 pm

        reek-o
        No, the truth is climate changes WITHOUT mans input an shown in my simple explanation for people like you to understand.
        And you know there were no humans when T-Rex roamed the earth HOW?

      • ricorun June 2, 2013 / 7:13 pm

        Neocon: And you know there were no humans when T-Rex roamed the earth HOW?

        Too funny. I admire you for your service to our country, but your reliance on “The Flintstones” for your knowledge of paleontology is comical. And sad.

      • neocon01 June 3, 2013 / 6:26 am

        reek-o
        and you on algore for climate “science” next?

  13. neocon01 June 2, 2013 / 1:52 pm

    GREENLAND!!!!!!!! Now white.

  14. tiredoflibbs June 2, 2013 / 2:05 pm

    As said before cluster, mitchie can only repost the same crap he has regurgitated before. There is nothing new that he can post that has not been debunked before. I mean he claims that there is no evidence to from skeptics to contradict the “data”. Meanwhile, many have presented data that the models used by the UN are wrong. The Father of Global Warming or Climate Change Lovelock has recanted the doomsday predictions. The data doesn’t support it. But don’t tell these leftists! There has never been a serious debate on climate change. The forums for it won’t allow it, as the UN in their IPCC conferences has repeatedly demonstrated. The left is scared of genuine debate.

    What is just as bad and he doesn’t even realize it is that mitchie makes the claim that he understands the “scientific method”, then posts completely erroneous “facts”. Of course, this is from a guy who believes that planes fly because there is a vacuum under the wings and he knows better than anyone because he is(was) a pilot.

    Pathetic.

    Does anyone have any ideas on how to handle posts that are in response to posts that will be/are deleted? With a policy of deleting certain kinds of posts the blog becomes incoherent when so many responses are left behind to posts that have been removed. If you people love these other posters so much you need to make sure their footprints are left behind when they are removed from the blog, then go right ahead and keep answering them. Or you could just proceed in conversations with other conservatives and let the janitorial service catch up when it can. Your call. // Moderator

    • neocon01 June 2, 2013 / 3:12 pm

      because he is(was) a pilot.

      Im sure he is a pile it, He piles boxes in the corner for K mart.

    • tiredoflibbs June 2, 2013 / 6:15 pm

      Moderator: If my post is against policy then delete it. It’s a hard habit to break to respond to drones who continue to repost the same debunked crap over and over.

      They think they are here for civil debate, when all they can do is derail the topic and deflect onto something else. mitchie claims facts are our kryptonite, but in reality it is theirs since they can remain on topic and defend their leftist tripe. As I noticed before, he and other jump from topic to topic and avoid (like kryptonite) responding directly to any post.

      Do what you must.

  15. neocon01 June 2, 2013 / 2:41 pm

    Just out!!

  16. tiredoflibbs June 2, 2013 / 3:29 pm

    uh, mitchie, if you have been paying attention (just kidding, I know you haven’t) there hasn’t been significant “warming” since 1999. If you consider, 1 degree significant.
    http://www.earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?id=36699

    Remember just after Hurricane Katrina, we were supposed to more and worst storms. The following year was especially silent.

    … and in the ’70s the “consensus” was that we were headed to another ice age and the blame for the “catastrophic” weather events was due to the cooling.

    And we have had extended periods of considerable warming long before the “industrial age”. You can’t disregard the FACT that on Gore’s own hockey stick graph in his A Convenient Lie, changes in temperature FOLLOW changes in CO2 concentration by 800 years!!! What you did not grasp from the last post where your response was “there is no data to refute climate change” is due to the FACT that the pro-climate change community, especially the UN’s IPCC ignores and disallows any data and scientists to contradict their “study”.

    The planet is BILLIONS of years old and yet you and your leftist scientists (who are strictly looking for free grant money) are going to bet the farm on “climate change” on a collection of “hard” data for 150 (at most) years. Most of that data is either scant (not representative of the globe) or flawed due to the placement of temperature sensors and their surroundings.

    There are too many holes in the THEORY, plus the revelations of massaged data, data mining and cherry picking of the facts.

    Does anyone have any ideas on how to handle posts that are in response to posts that will be/are deleted? With a policy of deleting certain kinds of posts the blog becomes incoherent when so many responses are left behind to posts that have been removed. If you people love these other posters so much you need to make sure their footprints are left behind when they are removed from the blog, then go right ahead and keep answering them. Or you could just proceed in conversations with other conservatives and let the janitorial service catch up when it can. Your call. // Moderator

    • M. Noonan June 2, 2013 / 11:35 pm

      Hard to decide – especially when the trolls flood the zone demanding attention. I figure our best bet is to only respond when they are actually civil…that way, we don’t have to worry about holes in a discussion…everything non-civil is just not there, in the end.

  17. bozo June 2, 2013 / 9:31 pm

    It’s called POLITICS and, although wrong at any level, can be better addressed at the “small District of Columbia employee relations board” level than at the Justice Department.

    Gotta give it to Republicans – when they go wrong, they go strong. Monica Goodling, you’re still the best at what you do 🙂

    • Cluster June 3, 2013 / 7:33 am

      Bozo,

      I am not sure why you always point to bad behavior to justify your own bad behavior. Maybe it’s an admission that you recognize how truly bad your side is. I will also remind you that US Attorneys serve at the pleasure of the President and can be dismissed at any time. Even Clinton did it, and for crying out loud – they’re lawyers!!

  18. Jeremiah June 2, 2013 / 11:37 pm

    In response to the title of the thread…

    Welcome to the Freak Generation!

  19. seniorwoman June 3, 2013 / 3:35 am

    At one time one room school houses were a fount of education. I was reading 8th grade level by the time I was in 2nd grade. Phonics was the word of my day. The “bigger kids” helped the smaller kids and we had one teacher. I still remember their names. Graduation was for the bigger kids. Some couldn’t graduate b/c they were needed on the farm or family business. And most of the guys went into the military.

    I know it isn’t the 50s any longer. But I look back at my education with great pride. I was taking Latin in 9th grade. We had wonderful classes on poetry, American classics, and all the histories. Everyone knew how to read and write. Etiquette and manners were a norm. Nowadays we are lucky to graduate 50% of our students in the cities.

    Uneducated, stoned, and stupid is now the norm. Manners no longer exist. Civility is a thing of the past. And they call this evolving.

    • M. Noonan June 3, 2013 / 11:08 am

      Love to hammer our liberals with their alleged education – I point out that a college degree in 1913 probably meant you knew Latin and Greek, at least to the point of being familiar with them (and the better the college, the more Latin and Greek you probably knew). I admit to lacking in education – I don’t know Latin and Greek; but I also stack my knowledge of history up against anyone who has received a doctorate in history over the past 30 years…not because I’m super-brilliant, but because of how dumbed-down higher education has become.

  20. Ryan Murphy June 3, 2013 / 9:00 am

    The Bureaucracy is where term limits need to be imposed. You can only work at a government agency for eight years, then you have to make it in the real world. God help them.

    • M. Noonan June 3, 2013 / 11:04 am

      Government sector jobs should also pay 10% less than the average for private sector jobs in the same area – with the exception being military, armed law enforcement and fire/rescue.

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